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Youth Services

Arts Education

The arts are an essential ingredient in a complete education. Evidence suggests that when schools invest in arts education, students demonstrate academic gains. And when students engage in creative expression such as music, art, dance or performance, they benefit from increased self-confidence, sharpened attention and refined interpersonal skills.

     206-684-2489     

Youth Arts

Arts education helps teens become creative critical thinkers. Youth Arts is an annual funding program that makes a difference in the lives of Seattle middle and high school youth by providing arts education beyond the regular school day in neighborhoods throughout the city.

     206-684-7310     

South Park Library

The South Park Library has books, movies and music to borrow in English and Spanish. Find information about everything from how to build a fence to knitting a sweater. There are free public computers available for access to the internet, as well as wifi.

8604 Eighth Ave. S., Seattle, WA 98108          206-615-1688     

Resume Help and Job Search for Teens

Drop by the RecTech lab at SPCC to learn how to create, edit, and enhance your resume! You can also find resources on how to write cover letters and send resumes online.

8319 8th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108          206-684-7451     

Teen Council

The South Park Teen Council at the SPCC operates to give voice to the youth in our community. In the past they have coordinated a Halloween haunted house, a dodgeball tournament with nearly 60 attendees, a miniature golf hole for the annual SP Putts Out event, and countless other projects. The Teen Council meets after school twice a month and is open to all to participate.

8319 8th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108          206-684-7451     

Friday Late Night Teens

The Late Night Recreation Program at the SPCC is a fun, safe environment for youth ages 13-19. We provide: Educational services such as tutoring, computer and teen parenting programs, inter-cultural activities such as ethnic dance, and bead-making. Also athletic activities such as basketball, volleyball, martial arts and other sports.

8319 8th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108          206-684-7451     

Marra Farm

Seattle’s only working farm has numerous programs for all ages to learn about how to grow healthy, organic food in a sustainable way. Programs at the park include Lettuce Link, Mien Community Gardeners, and Seattle P-Patch.

Electro Motive Innovation and Training

South Park Resident Dan Bentler offers vocational training to adults and teens on servicing electric vehicles.

Chief Sealth High School

Chief Sealth is a comprehensive high school that offers a wide array of opportunities for students who value learning in a dynamic, multi-cultural environment. It is an exceptional place that celebrates innovation and individuality. As a center of international educational excellence, we provide students opportunities to study the world both in the classroom and beyond. Our academic and arts offerings, our career preparation, and our athletic programs focus on educating global citizens.

2600 SW Thistle St Seattle, WA 98126          206-252-8550     

Denny International Middle School

Denny International Middle School is a wonderfully diverse learning community focused on high academic expectations for all students. Outstanding and dedicated teachers engage every student in challenging, student-centered curriculum. Our entire school community is committed to providing an outstanding education for each student, eliminating the achievement gap, and infusing the celebration of our diversity into every day of learning.

2601 SW Kenyon Seattle, WA 98126          206-252-9000     

Concord International School (Elementary)

Welcome, ¡Bienvenido! As an International School we have created curriculum maps and lessons that build on the cultural diversity of our families in our school, surrounding community, and the world. A global perspective is infused into learning here at Concord and is supported through our Art/Drama, Library/Technology, Physical Education and, After-school programs. We believe by working together we understand the diversity and skills present within our community and beyond.

723 S. Concord St, Seattle, WA 98108          206-768-3690     

Homework Help

Homework Help at the South Park Branch from 4 – 6 p.m. on select days. Homework Help volunteers will be at this branch to assist students on a drop-in basis throughout the school year, with the exception of school holidays. Contact the library for more information.

8604 Eighth Ave. S., Seattle, WA 98108          206-615-1688     

South Park Boxing Club

Two buildings on site. One with a ring and punching bags, a second with an exercise room with weights and exercise equipment. The gym is a department of SeaMar Community Health Centers.

10010 17th Place S, Seattle 98168          206-406-3870     

Duwamish Rowing Club

Our mission is to bring the sport of rowing to the residents of South Park, Georgetown, White Center, and surrounding neighborhoods, and to offer recreational access to the Duwamish river that is affordable for everyone. Our vision is to develop a rowing club that emphasizes good sportsmanship, integrity, and strength of character.

Seattle Parks & Recreation

ADVENTURE JUST DOWN THE SREET

We have over 400 parks and open areas, and over 6200 acres of park land. Whether your interest is aquatics, creek restoration, basketball, or gardening, we have something for you!

     206-684-4075     

South Park Community Center

SPCC offers a variety of recreational and life long learning programs, classes, and activities for all ages. It has soccer and baseball fields, outdoor volleyball, wading pool, playground, and outdoor basketball. Tons of indoor activities include rowing classes, cooking classes, martial arts, computer and gaming classes, salsa dancing, Polynesian hula dancing, and more.

8319 8th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108          206-684-7451     

Seattle Public Schools

At Seattle Public Schools we recognize that when families are engaged in their children’s education they achieve higher grades, have better attendance and behavior, complete more homework, and demonstrate a more positive attitude toward education. We are proud of the diversity of our students and families. We believe that building meaningful, authentic and culturally-inclusive partnerships with our families and their communities is the best way to ensure our students’ success in school, careers and life.

Consejo Counseling & Referral Service

BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

Our mission is to provide a continuum of behavioral health, substance abuse and domestic violence services to individuals and families across Washington to improve the quality of their lives and empower clients to participate in their communities at their highest level of functioning.

8615 14th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108          206-461-4880